No one wants this dog,but why?

This dog protected a Cairo building despite having a nasty disposition. He did what any good dog would do when strangers came near his home: he guarded it.

Lauren Connelly of SNARR said, «He roared, so they hacked off his nose.» Anubis, the Egyptian god of the afterlife, seemed like a fitting name for the dog. That’s why, for a long time, he just kind of moped about town.

His words are being spoken for him by others. In the beginning, there existed the Animal Welfare Foundation, a local charity. And then, SNARR.

Hundreds of animals have been saved from them and transported to the United States, according to Connelly, the shelter’s host coordinator.

There was a massive volunteer effort to get Anubis from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport to Olney, Maryland, where he stayed for a week before being sent to Fort Worth, Texas.

Similar to Anubis’ journey into the underworld, this one included traveling. The air was thick with the scent of love.

And eat! Ample amounts of food are available. In order to make up for that, «he eats backwards to compensate,» as Connelly puts it.

He will end up in El Paso, Texas, in a long-term foster care arrangement.

After six months, Anubis will be returned to his original owner. They are «madly in love» with him, according to Connelly, and they might end up becoming his permanent family. His new blind sister has captured his heart.

Anubis is no longer a hellhound despite spending his life under moving vehicles in dangerous neighborhoods. God of the sofa.

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